C.A.R.E. Addiction Recovery

3.4 (9 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
321 Northlake Blvd., Suite 102
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
8447118188 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

C.A.R.E. utilizes a philosophy that is based on a holistic mind, body and spirit approach. Our focus is on treating the whole person. We focus on problem solving along with traditional counseling, Eastern and Western medicine and all the 12 Step Support Groups including Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous.

C.A.R.E. Addiction Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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I am now a recovering compulsive gambler since 2004. I stayed i patent for 90 days and in their halfway house another 6 months. I was one of the first gamblers to go through the program. I was a tough...


Treatment not long enough


I am clean and sober from a heroin addiction and now a Registered Nurse. When my father passed away days before I was to be graduated, care graciously gave me another week free to help with my grievin...


I was treated here over 10 years ago. After 28 days I lived in the halfway house for 8 months. I give it 5 stars for effectiveness because I have been clean & sober ever since. I read the other r...


Offers an extended program. Men and women have group therapy together My son did well while he was there for 60 days but was made to leave because he became involved with a female resident. This type ...


The program needs some improvements


It's really good, it really helped my cousin. he still goes to meetings there as an alumni. Sometimes its halfway houses are a mess, but that is cuz of the ppl who lives there. The holistic approach, ...


This place was horrible. I was not allowed to call my family, they don\'t provide meals (you have to go grocery shopping and cook for yourself), and everything advertised on their website is exaggerat...


Great program, excellent staff. Great place for those who truly want to recover. The only downfall was that there were funding difficulties.

Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis

At C.A.R.E. we believe in treating the whole individual. Many treatment centers do not specialize in dual diagnosis or co-existing disorder, but our therapists and addiction treatment specialists recognize the existence of a co-existing disorder and define an entire treatment program around dual diagnosis patients attacking the mental disorder itself as well as the addiction. C.A.R.E.'s multi-disciplinary team will help you address each of these areas as our specialists work with you to identify the underlying causes of your problem.

Compulsive Gambling Program

The compulsive gambling program at C.A.R.E. recognizes the seriousness of gambling addiction. This unique program allows our patients to experience and practice important life skills needed to achieve and maintain a healthy and responsible lifestyle.

Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Rex
    Rex - Greeting Specialist

    Rex, a noble "Golden-No-Can-Tell", is the resident pet therapy and drug detection dog. Rescued from the pound in 2001 by a graduate of the C.A.R.E. program who is a professional dog trainer, Rex is used to detect illicit drugs in the programs and offices. Not satisfied with his position as an agency policeman, his wagging tail and good disposition quickly won his way into the hearts of staff and patients. He now doubles as a therapy dog helping patients deal non-verbally with anxiety and other emotions. When you come to C.A.R.E., it is most likely that he will be there to welcome you at the door.

  • Photo of Susan Naversen, M.S.
    Susan Naversen, M.S. - Director of Alternative Medicine

    Sue Naversen earned her BS degree from the University of Michigan, BA & MA from the Clayton Colleg of Natural Health, and MA from the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine. She has a background in western medicine and worked as a PA for twelve years before resuming her education in alternative medicine. She is a National Board Certified Acupuncture Physician (NCCAOM) as well as an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist with NADA (National Acupuncture Detoxification Association). She brings a unique abiltiy to integrate eastern and western medicine for the treatment of addictions.